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A ribbon-cutting ceremony marked a milestone for a newspaper, an advocacy organization and youth services group all dedicated to advancing, protecting and sustaining the equality of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons.
The offices officially opened Monday for the Out and About Newspaper, the Tennessee Equality Project and One-in-Teen Youth Services, a support group for GLBT and questioning youth.The Nashville GLBT Chamber of Commerce held the first-ever ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Inglewood offices.
Out and About is a monthly newspaper that focuses on the GLBT communities in Nashville and Knoxville.
"We moved in the offices earlier this summer – in July and August," said Out and About Publisher Jerry Jones. "We’ve had several neighbors come by. They’ve all been very supportive."